In the heart of Silver City, New Mexico, a classic 1938 Art Deco hotel is reborn. The newly renovated historic Murray Hotel celebrated the 75th anniversary of its original opening in 2013!

Silver City is a small town/ art town/ western town with hiking trails, shops, galleries, and a dozen great restaurants that are an easy stroll from our front door. Attend great downtown events, concerts and festivals. Or let us help you plan a day trip to nearby attractions like the Cat Walk, Gila Wilderness, Cliff dwellings, hot springs, birdwatching walks or hikes, historical sites and much more.

Our comfortable lobby retains many features of the original, as illustrated in the photo of 16-year-old Martha Ryan on her horse in the hotel lobby in 1938.

In the Neighborhood
The Visitor's Center on Hudson Street at the corner of Broadway offers helpful information 7 days a week at, answering all your questions for short or long visits.
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Big Ditch Park
Originally Silver City's main street, floods in the 1890's carved a canyon 55 feet below street level. San Vicente Creek runs through tall cottonwood trees and park benches right downtown.

Boston Hill
A 550 acre open space with 12 miles of hiking trails offering magnificent views of Silver City. Cooper Street trail head just 5 blocks away.

La Capilla
A 23 acre park with a reproduction of a small 1885 chapel. Trails adjoin the Big Ditch and Boston Hill trails.

San Vicente Trail
A creekside trail with outdoor classroom signs follows San Vicente Creek through cottonwoods, pinon and juniper. Trial head on Bullard Street 3 blocks from the hotel.
Day Trips
The Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, built sometime between 1275 and 1300 AD by the Mogollon culture, is about 44 miles north of Silver City. There are plenty of places to camp, hike and fish within the surrounding Gila Wilderness.

The Catwalk State Park 70 miles north of Silver City includes a metal walkway, originally built in wood by miners in 1893, that suspends walkers 25 feet above Whitewater Canyon. Visitors can explore the walkway and more extensive trails, have a picnic, or just enjoy the river.

Lake Roberts is a 72 acre lake about 27 miles north of Silver City. This scenic lake is a major recreation area for fishing, boating and birdwatching. Other lakes in the area include Bill Evans Lake, Snow Lake, Bear Canyon Dam. Fish for brown and rainbow trout, catfish and bass. Other near-by outdoor attractions include City of Rocks State Park and the Gila River.

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Silver City Chamber of Commerce

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Silver City Museum